In response to Robert James: Bafta’s lurch to the Left spells curtains for creativity
This is socialism applied to creative work and its roots lie, like so many other bugbears of the moment, in the Equality Act, the Labour government’s last and immensely powerful hand grenade of legislation, lobbed at the country it despises on April 6, 2010.
The very same tactics as those previously used by the German National Socialist Workers Party and the USSR, and in contemporary times by the likes of China and North Korea.
The politicisation of Art by the State never has a good end result . . .